Monday, June 9, 2008

Adi Shankaracharya's Works

Here is a list of Adi Shankaracharya's works as known to me. One can comment on any of his work and let me or rather people know if i have missed any or presented them as his work and in reality belongs to someone else. Hope my readers are enjoying my work.

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I. Bhashya Granthas

1. Brahma Sutras
2. Isavasya Upanishad
3. Kena Upanishad
4. Katha Upanishad
5. Prasna Upanishad
6. Mundaka Upanishad
7. Mandukya Upanishad
8. Mandukya Karida
9. Aitareya Upanishad
10. Taittireeya Upanishad
11. Chhandogya Upanishad
12. Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad
13. Sree Nrisimha Taapaneeya Upanishad
14. Sreemad Bhagawad Geeta
15. Sree Vishnu Sahasranama
16. Sanat Sujateeyam
17. Lalita Tri-satee
18. Hastaamalakeeyam

II. Prakriya Granthas

19. Viveka Choodamani [Download - Sanskrit]
20. Aparokshanubhooti [Download - Sanskrit] [Download - English]
21. Upadesa Sahasri [Download - Sanskrit]
22. Vaakya Vritti [Download - Sanskrit]
23. Swaatma Niroopanam
24. Atma-bodha [Download - Sanskrit] [Download - English]
25. Sarva Vedanta Sara Samgraha
26. Prabodha Sudhakaram
27. Swaatma Prakasika
28. Advaita Anubhooti
29. Brahma-anuchintanam
30. Prasna-uttara Ratnamaalika
31. Sadachara-anusandhanam
32. Yaga Taravali
33. Anatma-sree Vigarhanam
34. Swaroopa-anusandhanam
35. Pancheekaranam
36. Tattwa-bodha
37. Prouda-anubhooti
38. Brahma Jnanavali
39. Laghu Vakyavritti
40. Moha Mudgaram (Bhaja Govindam)
41. Prapancha Saaram

III. Hymns and Meditation Verses

42. Sri Ganesa Pancharatnam
43. Ganesa Bhujangam
44. Subrahmanya Bhujangam
45. Siva Bhujangam
46. Devi Bhujangam
47. Bhavani Bhujangam
48. Sree Rama Bhujangam
49. Vishnu Bhujangam
50. Sarada Bhujangam
51. Sivananda Lahari
52. Soundarya Lahari
53. Ananda Lahari
54. Siva-paadaadi-kesaanta-varnana
55. Siva-kesaadi-padaanta-varnana
56. Sree Vishnu-paadaadi-kesanta
57. Uma-Maheswara Stotram
58. Tripurasundari Vedapada Stotram
59. Tripurasundari Manasapooja
60. Tripurasundari Ashtakam
61. Devi-shashti-upachara-pooja
62. Mantra-Matruka-Pushpamaala
63. Kanakadhara Stotram
64. Annapoorna Stotram
65. Ardha-naree-Natesvara Stotram
66. Bhramana-Amba-Ashtakam
67. Meenakshi Stotram
68. Meenakshi Pancharatnam
69. Gouri Dasakam
70. Navaratna Malika
71. Kalyana Vrishti-Stavam
72. Lalitha Pancharatnam
73. Maaya Panchakam
74. Suvarna Mala Stuti
75. Dasa Sloki
76. Veda Sara Siva Stotram
77. Siva Panchaakshara Stotram
78. Siva-Aparadha-Kshamapana
79. Dakchinamoorthy Ashtakam
80. Dakshinamoorthy Varnamala
81. Mrityunjaya Manasa Pooja Stotram
82. Siva Namavali Ashtakam
83. Kaala Bhairava Ashtakam
84. Shat-padee Stotram
85. Siva Panchakshara Nakshatra Mala
86. Dwadasa Ling Stotram
87. Kasi Panchakam
88. Hanumat Pancharatnam
89. Lakshmi-Nrisimha Pancharatnam
90. Lakshmi-Nrisimha Karunarasa Stotram
91. Panduranga Ashtakam
92. Achyuta Ashtakam
93. Sree Krishna Ashtakam
94. Hari Stuti
95. Govinda Ashtakam
96. Bhagavat Manasa Pooja
97. Praata Smarana Stotram
98. Jagannatha Ashtakam
99. Guruvashtakam
100. Narmada Ashtakam
101. Yamuna Ashtakam
102. Ganga Ashtakam
103. Manikarnika Ashtakam
104. Nirguna Manasa Pooja
105. Eka Sloki
106. Yati Panchakam
107. Jeevan Mukta Ananda Lahari
108. Dhanya Ashtakam
109. Upadesa (Sadhna) Panchakam
110. Sata Sloki
111. Maneesha Panchakam
112. Advaita Pancharatnam
113. Nirvana Shatakam
Devyaparadhakshamapana Stotram


Neel Bhatt (Zero) said...


It was a nice idea to compile this list.

Would like to add one more hymn to it:
The "Devi Aparadh Kshamapan Stotra" written by Sri Adi Shankaracharya.

Its Sanskrit script is available at:

Angel Eyes said...

Hi there,

Thanks for the comment.

But what i think is "Apradh Kshamapan Stotra" is included itself in "Sata Shloki" which consists of 700 verses. That also includes, Argala stotra, Keelakam, Devi Suktam, Ratri Suktam etc...



shankara said...


Satasloki is a text on advaita. It contains only 100 slokas as indicated by its name.

I think you were referring to "Durga Sapta Sati" when you said it "onsists of 700 verses. That also includes, Argala stotra, Keelakam, Devi Suktam, Ratri Suktam etc... ".

Devyaparadhakshamapana Stotram is an entirely different text. Though some believe that it was composed by Sankaracharya, most scholars are of the opinion that it author was Sri Vidyaranya.

Thanks for the nice post


Angel Eyes said...

Dear Shankara,

Thanks for your input. Your comment led me to investigate into this matter. And i found you are right.

I am including "Devyaparadhakshamapana Stotram" into this list now.

Thanks again for your help.


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Anonymous said...

Are any works (especially hymnal works and small vedantic works) of Shankaracharya available in Malayalam script? Pl. let me know.


Anonymous said...

Hi Adbhutam,

Some of the Shankaracharya's works are available in all of the Indian languages (including Malayalam) at Seems to be a nice site with good compilations.


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GAYATRI said...


Any vocal recording or rendition of Tripurasundari Manasika/Manasa
pooja is available?
Would any kind soul help?
requirement crucial.


Rudraksha said...

awesome and very informative post thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Mahishasura Mardini Stotram or Mahishasur Maridhini Sloka is a very popular devotional stotra of Goddess Durga written by Guru Adi Sankaracharya

Anonymous said...

There is book 'Adi sankaracharya krit brihat stotra ratnakar' clectn of stotras only by adya guru by goswamiji any1 aware of where cn I get this (pls mail mevegla@